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Fatal Crash Kills Cyclist at 9800 Aldine Westfield, Suspect Arrested and Charged

(November 2019) – Houston police have reported that a suspect is in custody and has been charged with Intoxication Manslaughter and Failure to Stop and Render Aid in the 178th State District Court after a fatal crash killed a cyclist on Monday. 

The collision occurred at around 6:30 p.m. at 9800 Aldine Westfield. Witnesses say that a white Chevrolet Suburban driven by the suspect, 25-year-old Sergio Montenegro, failed to stay in his lane and veered off into the grassy area between the road and the sidewalk. He then struck the cyclist, who was also traveling southbound on Aldine Bender. The victim was transported to Memorial Hermann Hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. Montenegro fled the scene and was apprehended later after a witness reported the vehicle’s location at a nearby business at 9600 Irvington. 

HPD continues to investigate, and the team at the Mokaram Law Firm will report additional details when available. Check back here for updates.

Disclaimer: The intent of this post is to provide general information to our readers and to help improve the safety of those who live and work in our Houston community. At Mokaram Law Firm, we intend to honor those who have been hurt in Houston. The purpose of our blog is to provide up to date information to the public to help others avoid becoming victims themselves. If anyone is involved in an accident we would like to make sure they know how to respond, should a tragedy occur. Information in this post, should not be considered legal or medical advice. 

 

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